The rig has installed production tubing in Tamarama 2 and will start installing tubing in Tamarama 3 in the next few days.
Real Energy managing director Scott Brown said: “Our operations are progressing to plan on both wells and we are very encouraged with their performance to date.
“We look forward to reporting gas flows for these wells as we move this project closer to production.”
Gas flows to surface have been observed during the initial flowback period in both wells.
Once production tubing is installed, the post-frac clean-up flow and gas flow test operations will resume.
Results from flow tests are expected to be announced in the next few weeks.
Real Energy is an oil and gas exploration and development company focused on the Cooper basin, Australia’s most prolific onshore petroleum-producing region.
The company has 100% ownership of two large permits in Queensland, which includes the Tamarama wells.